Black History Month Richly Celebrated at Tulsa Public Schools

TULSA, Okla. – From slam dances to plays, historical recreations to dramatic studies, TPS schools across the district are celebrating Black History Month in unique and memorable fashion. A list of activities are available online ( with updates occurring frequently.Here are some of the activities planned for the month:

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Senate Education Committee Approves Bill to Increase Graduation Rates

OKLAHOMA – The full Senate is the next stop for legislation aimed at increasing high school graduation rates throughout Oklahoma. Senate Bill 2139, by Sen. John Ford, won unanimous approval by the Senate Education Committee on Monday. Ford said a new study by the Alliance for Excellent Education shows how important this issue is to Oklahoma’s economy.

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Booker T. Washington is ‘Future of High Quality Chinese Language Education’

TULSA, Okla. – Booker T. Washington High School has been accepted as a member of the first cohort of schools in the Hanban-Asia Society Confucius Classrooms Network.

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Jenzabar Renames Software Solution for Continuing Education

Jenzabar’s Non-Traditional System Renamed as Higher Reach by Jenzabar to Better Reflect Lifelong Learning Needs

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Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Class Act

The Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Acting Classes Teach Students How to Express Themselves

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Three O Project Solutions Announces Classroom Courses for Project Managers

three O Project Solutions president and founding partner, Dave Nielsen, announced three O’s plans to add classroom training courses in project management to their product line. Classes will begin in February 22nd in Toronto and will be made available in major cities across Canada.

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BAPS Hoping Volunteer Substitute Teachers Help District Weather State Budget Storm

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – Broken Arrow Public Schools is hoping volunteer substitute teachers will help the School District’s bottom line as it joins other Oklahoma districts in looking for ways to save money during the state budget crisis. 

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RedFork Main Street Announces Honorees

John Wooley will be the featured speaker when RedFork Main Street honors a handful of volunteers and organizations Friday, Feb. 12, at its 4th Annual Awards Luncheon. The event will take place at Founders Hall at Center for Health Sciences, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

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District Schools Participate in Revolutionary Days

TULSA, Okla. – Three elementary schools in the Tulsa Public Schools system are taking part in Revolutionary Days, an educational event giving students a taste of colonial-era life in America.

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Area Students Earn Dean’s Honors at Missouri State

SPRINGFIELD — Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellenceare named to the dean’s list. For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit

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Tulsa Elementary School Assists Haiti Relief

Sam Houston Elementary School’s student council has launched a food drive to aid survivors of the Haitian earthquake.

Adults are asked to purchase cases of potable water as students donate their pennies. Each class is keeping track of the amount they raise by storing the change in jars.

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Broken Arrow to Host Beating the Odds Conference

Odds are that any given new business venture will fail!In difficult times, like they are today, odds are even against the continuation of any given mature and successful business.The most seasoned business owner or manager will be glad that they attended our upcoming BEATING THE ODDS business survival seminar.Any business person will benefit from these ready-to-use strategies and techniques.

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